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Amusement Parks in Hong Kong

Ocean Park Hong Kong, Hong Kong Disneyland, Noah’s Ark, Tomorrowland, SuperPark Hong Kong, Snoopy’s World, Lai Chi Kok Amusement Park, Ma Wan Park and more.

Hong Kong city is one of the most developed cities in the world and the amusement and water parks in Hong Kong make for some of the biggest attractions for visiting tourists. The waterparks and amusement parks in Hong Kong come equipped with world-class rides, incredible slides, and theme parks to cater to tourists who visit from all over the world. Disneyland is one of the most famous parks in Hong Kong and part of the original Disney franchise. It consists of multiple smaller theme parks such as Frontierland and Tomorrowland. 

Apart from this, you can also visit famous water parks such as Hong Kong Aqua-Bound Centre and Ocean Park Hong Kong, which have thrilling slides and roller-coasters, zoos, aquariums, and water sports such as windsurfing and kayaking that you can enjoy. 
Whether you are looking for a theme park, a waterpark, a national park or a place to simply unwind with your family, Hong Kong is dotted with several places to make your vacation memorable.

Here are some of the best amusement and water parks in Hong Kong:

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Hong Kong Disneyland

When it comes to amusement parks, Disneyland takes the cake. There is no doubt that one of the best amusement parks in Hong Kong is the Hong Kong Disneyland, which is one of the six original Disneylands in the world. There are literally thousands of things you can do when you are at Disneyland.

Some of the more exciting adventure rides include the Cinderella Carousel, the Jungle River Cruise, Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars, Mystic Manor, Hyperspace Mountain, Sleeping Beauty Castle, etc. The place is filled with stores selling original Disney merchandise, characters from Disney and Pixar roaming the place to take you on a guided tour and take pictures with you and so much more.

Location: Lantau Island, Hong Kong

Monday to Friday (10:30 am – 8:00 pm)
               Saturday and Sunday (10:30 am – 8:15 pm)

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Ocean Park Hong Kong

Ocean Park is one of the biggest water parks in Hong Kong and in fact, one of the best, most well-equipped amusement parks in the world. The park is so big that it is impossible to explore all the rides and attractions in one day. Rides such as Bumper Blaster, Crazy Galleon, Flying Swing, Frog Hopper, Hair Raiser and The Dragon are perfect for adrenaline-junkies looking for dangerous roller-coasters and swings.

There are also dedicated areas for animal lovers such as the Adventures in Australia, the Amazing Bird Theatre, the Chinese Sturgeon Aquarium, Gator March and Panda Village. Frequent events, exhibitions and numerous sanctuaries make it one of the best amusement parks in Hong Kong.

Location: Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Monday to Friday (10:00am – 7:00pm)
               Saturday and Sunday (10:00 am – 9:00 pm)

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Noah’s Ark

If you are looking for a fun, entertaining yet educational experience for you and your whole family, then visiting Noah’s Ark in Hong Kong should definitely be on your bucket list. It is the only amusement park in Hong Kong that houses a life-sized ark which is a replica of the Biblical structure of Noah’s Ark.

When you are there, you can enjoy 4D movies, 5 interactive attractions that talk about Biblical stories as well as educate you about the animal kingdom, several sprawling gardens and splendid views of the surrounding areas, including the very famous Tsing Ma Bridge in Hong Kong. 

Location:  33 Pak Yan Rd, Ma Wan, Hong Kong

Timings: Monday to Sunday (10:00am – 6:00pm)

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Snoopy’s World

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Snoopy’s World is a quaint and unique theme park that is located inside the New Town Plaza Shopping Mall. Even though it is relatively unknown, it is still an interesting place to visit, especially when you are travelling with children.

The park is divided into 6 zones of amusement, each equipped with life-sized figures of characters and areas from the real world of Snoopy. Kids can play in the school bus or click pictures with the quirky figurines that are installed there. There are baseball playground and a Canoe Ride that you can check out. 

Location: New Town Plaza Phase 3 Block 5 Cotton Tree Court, 18, 2-8 Sha Tin Centre St, Hong Kong

Timings: Monday to Sunday (11:00am – 7:00pm)

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Tomorrowland is one of the biggest attractions in Disneyland in Hong Kong. If you are a space freak and you like all things futuristic, then you must check out Tomorrowland, which is home to some cool rides and attractions that you cannot miss.

In Tomorrowland, you must check out the Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain, Orbitron and the Iron Man Experience Ride. All of this also comes with a meet and greet with characters wearing the original costumes that were used in the movies and it is a place for you to geek out over your favourite fandoms and characters, making for a truly unforgettable experience. 

Location: Lantau Island, Hong Kong

Monday to Friday (10:30 am – 8:00 pm)
                Saturday and Sunday (10:30 am – 8:15 pm)

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SuperPark Hong Kong

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SuperPark Hong Kong is a one-of-a-kind experience that you must not miss out on when you are in the city. It is one of those unique Hong Kong amusement parks that house large indoor areas for you and your loved ones to enjoy a host of sports and activities, with the best equipment in the market.

SuperPark consists of an Adventure Area, where kids and adults can check out the Ninja Track, the Kids Adventure City, the Kids Freestyle Area, Sliding Mountain, the Kids Slide, Pedal Car Track and much more. There is also a gaming area where one can play Baseball, Superhoop, Superbowling, Street Basketball, Robokeeper, etc.

Location: One Silver Sea Tower 1, Shop G03, 18 Hoi Fai Rd, Tai Kok Tsui, Hong Kong

Monday to Friday (10:00 am – 9:00 pm)
                Saturday and Sunday (9:00 am – 9:00 pm)

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Hong Kong Aqua-Bound Centre

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The Hong Kong Aqua-Bound Centre is one of the best water parks in Hong Kong in the true sense of the term. It is a place where you can engage in all kinds of water-related sports and activities. There are also guided rides that you can enjoy and lessons that you can take to explore Stanley Main Beach- where the centre is located.

Some of the unique attractions at the Hong Kong Aqua-Bound Centre include windsurfing, kayaking, using SUP boards, camping and wakeboarding. It is also a place that is known for its fun events, beach parties and food stalls, where you can enjoy delicacies prepared in authentic local style. 

Location: Hoi Fung Path, Stanley, Hong Kong

Timings: Monday to Sunday (9:00 am – 6:30 pm)
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Sha Chau and Lung Kwu Chau Marine Park

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The Sha Chau and Lung Kwu Marine Park is not anything like your typical Hong Kong water parks. It is a protected island just outside of Hong Kong near the New Territories which is home to several unique sea-life and marine animals due to the rich nutrients in the land and water in the area.

The park covers 1,200 hectares and is a beautiful place where you can see exotic animals like the Chinese white dolphin thriving in their natural habitat. It is a protected area known for its trekking trails and observation centre, where you can get insight into this exotic marine flora and fauna. 

Location: Hong Kong

Timings: Open 24 hours 
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Lai Chi Kok Amusement Park

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The Lai Chi Kok Amusement park is one of the oldest amusement parks in Hong Kong that was opened in 1949 and after a brief period of renovation, was reopened in 2015. Not only is this place a great centre for entertainment, but also holds a lot of historical value.

There are several rides such as the Dragon Coaster, Grandish House, Astro Swinger, Twin Dragon, Orient Express, Haunted Mansion, Sky Merry, Song Dynasty Village and much more that you can enjoy with your family when you are there. There is also an in-house zoo and local performances and exhibitions.

Location:  Broadway, Lai Chi Kok, Hong Kong

Timings: Open 24 hours

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Ma Wan Park

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The Ma Wan Park is a National Park in Hong Kong that is home to several wonderful activities and learning centres and is a great place to visit, especially with children. It is also the place where the famous Noah’s Ark in Hong Kong is situated, which makes for a wonderful tourist attraction.

The park is built with the ideals and notions of outdoor activities, interaction and an environment of peace and harmony with the environment, and is, therefore, a great place for kids to learn more about nature, activities in nature, and have great fun spending time outdoors.

Location: Between Lantau Island and Tsing Yi Island

Timings: Monday To Sunday (8:00 am – 6:00 pm) 
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Frontierland is another fantastical theme park in the sprawling compounds of Disneyland in Hong Kong. The whole park is centred around the theme of cowboys in America and the wild west. So, stepping into Frontierland is very likely to feel like an instant time travel.

The park consists of Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars, which includes a high-speed launch pad. You can also check out the Geyser Gulch, the Welcome Wagon Show and attractions such as the Wild West Photo Fun, which is a cowboy-themed photo booth. 
Location: Lantau Island, Hong Kong

Monday to Friday (10:30 am – 8:00 pm)
                Saturday and Sunday (10:30 am – 8:15 pm)

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Monopoly Dreams

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Monopoly Dreams is the first-ever Monopoly-themed attraction in the world. An absolute must-visit for those that have grown up playing the game, this immersive game centre draws one into the world of Mr. Monopoly. At the heart of the attraction is the residence of Mr Monopoly himself, featuring rare Monopoly collectables as well as a life-sized replica of his car.

The visitors are then led onward to the Game Zone, which again features life-like attractions based on the game, such as The Bank, where one gets a cash coupon for the souvenir store, or the Wheel of Fortune, where one spins to win a token prize. A souvenir store right outside the attraction sells a host of game merchandise, including limited edition game boards. 

Shop 301 Level 3, The Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Rd, The Peak, Hong Kong

 10.00 AM- 08.00 PM on all days of the week
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  1. Which are the best amusement parks in Hong Kong?

    1. Hong Kong Disneyland: Disneyland is easily the top name when it comes to amusement and water parks in Hong Kong. At Disneyland, you’ll find your favorite characters ambling down the streets, life size castles dominating the skyline and a host of interesting rides and attractions tailor made to thrill every adult and child alike. 

    2. Ocean Park: At Ocean Park, entertainment comes together with wildlife attractions. One of the largest Hong Kong Amusement parks, Ocean Park is home to over 50 thrills and attractions, including a high velocity 4G rollercoaster. Apart from that, the Park also hosts a number of animal shows and interaction sessions, including a swim with the dolphins show.

    3. Snoopy’s World: Sitting on the roof of New Town Plaza Mall, Snoopy’s World is one of the top Hong Kong amusement parks for children. The Park features several free thrills and attractions across 6 separate zones, most of which are suitable for younger children below the age of 10.

    4. Noah’s Ark: A fun, educational amusement park, Noah’s Ark is a popular family attraction in Hong Kong. Education exhibits and interactive attractions offer an all-round experience here. The Park also houses a life size replica of the Biblical ark.

  2. Which are the best water parks in Hong Kong?

    1. Grand Resort Deck, Galaxy Macau: Galaxy Macau’s Grand Resort Deck is one of the biggest and most popular of Hong Kong Water Parks. The Park proudly features the world’s largest rooftop wave pool, along with two white-sand beaches, a 150-meter-long lazy river and several slide towers.

    2. Hong Kong Aqua-Bound Centre: The Hong Kong Aqua-Bound is one of the most inclusive Hong Kong water parks, in the truest sense of the world. Not only does the Park have its own set of thrills and attractions, but also offers guided watersport sessions on the adjacent beach. Parasailing, windsurfing, kayaking and paddleboarding are only some of the activities that one can try here.

    3. Sha Chau and Lung Kwu Marine Park: The Sha Chau and Lung Kwu Marine Park is unlike any other water amusement park in Hong Kong. Apart from its own set of rides and attractions, the Marine Park also offers visitors the unique opportunity of witnessing Hong Kong’s native animal life in its natural habitat.

    4. Core Aqua Park: Doubling as a market, the Core Aqua Park is one of the city’s most unique family attractions. Unlike other parks, the Aqua Park is inflatable- all the water-based rides here are built from inflated tubes. The rides feature a variety of obstacles that swimmers must overcome to reach the other end. The Park also features Hong Kong’s only Tower Cable experience.

  3. What are the best attractions in Disneyland Hong Kong?

    1. Hyperspace Mountain: Formerly known simply as the Space Mountain Ride, the Hyperspace Mountain has now upgraded itself to incorporate a Star Wars storyline. The indoor roller coaster takes one through a series of tight loops and turns, dodging X Wings and Imperial Tie fighters as you hurtle on.

    2. Mystic Manor: Unlike the Haunted Mansion ride, the Mystic Manor is a lighthearted attraction with a fantasy theme. The trackless ride tells the story of little Albert, who, upon opening a magical music box, makes all the artefacts in his uncle’s Manor come to life. With a combination of music, light and excellent storytelling technique, this trackless ride takes one across illuminated exhibits and galleries in the darkened Manor.

    3. Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars: Best suited to adventure lovers, the Big Grizzly Mountain is a themed rollercoaster in Hong Kong Disneyland. Audio-animatronic bears add a sense of lifelikeness to the mountain tracks. The coaster also features a backward section, adding to its thrill value.

    4. Paint the Night Parade: The Paint the Night Parade is Hong Kong Disneyland’s nightly light parade. Taking place each evening, the Parade displays a host of well decorated floats and Disney characters making their way across the park. Seats get filled quickly, so make sure you grab one about thirty minutes in advance.

  4. What are the best rides available at Ocean Park Hong Kong?

    1. Hellraiser: Suited for adventure lovers, Hellraiser is pure, unfiltered thrill. Although advertised as a rollercoaster, Hellraiser is much more than that- it is the amusement park’s only ‘bottomless’ ride, which means your legs keep dangling throughout the experience!

    2. The Flash: Another extreme attraction tailored not for the faint hearted, the Flash is the park’s version of a pendulum ride. Reaching dizzying heights and at times holding the rider’s upside down, it is also Ocean Park’s ‘scariest’ ride.

    3. The Mine Train: A thrilling coaster ride, The Mine Train comes with the added attraction of unparalleled views to the adjacent coast. The Train comes with a VR option- that is, one can choose to have a virtual reality experience, or simply ride it the traditional way.

    4. The Waterfront Cable Car: A popular family attraction, the Waterfront Cable Car ambles slowly along the park length. Unhindered views of the sea, the sky and the surrounding hills make the cable car ride worth a try.

  5. What is Snoopy World famous for?

    Hong Kong’s Snoopy World is best known for its attractions tailored especially for the younger crowd. Resembling a miniature Disneyland, the family friendly rides and attractions here are tailored especially for children below the age of ten.
  6. Which is better Disneyland or Ocean Park in Hong Kong?

    While both Disneyland and Ocean Park stand at the top of every tourist’s list of amusement and water parks in Hong Kong, the two Parks offer completely distinct experiences. While Ocean Park emphasizes more on putting personal spins to traditional rides, Disney’s themed attractions cater best to the connoisseur of films and popular media. While the latter has a host of parades and other shows at its disposal, Ocean Park offers instead unique experiences such as marine life displays and interacts.
  7. What is the best month to go to Hong Kong Disneyland?

    The best time to visit Hong Kong Disneyland is during the winter months, between November and March. During this time, the weather in Hong Kong remains cool and dry, making it the best time to explore all the outdoor attractions.

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